"He's not remotely interested in retiring." Writer offers more from his revealing Tiger Woods Q&A
Veteran golf writer Lorne Rubenstein got Tiger Woods to open up like we've never seen for an interview that ran in Time Magazine. Now Rubenstein has offered his take on how the big Q&A with Big Cat all went down.
In a post on scoregolf.com called "The Goods on Woods," Rubenstein says the interview took place over lunch at the golfer's restaurant, The Woods Jupiter, and that it lasted nearly two and a half hours (transcribing it all took another 16 hours) and included a "sweet moment" with Woods' mom, Tida. Rubenstein said no topics were off limits and that Woods was quick to answer every question and follow-up.